Laid back, no dress code, excellent coffee ( home of Rex coffee) pastries unusual, attractive and yummy. Neat surroundings, taking care of the old, not tearing it down.
Food was great, fryed bologna w/carmalized onions, tell me where else you can get that, but lots of other healthier choices too. Referbished Clabber Girl warehouse with museum. Great place to meet friends for lunch. Floors are awesome.
I took my daughter to breakfast here while waiting for the farmers market to open. We both got the biscuits and gravy. We both agreed that they were as good or better than mine. The gravy may be even better than mine. SHHH. That being said, they could put one more biscuit on the order and it would be a... More
Located on the first floor of the Hulman and Co. factory and warehouse, makers of Clabber Girl Baking Powder, this place is charming and historic. The cafe sells the excellent Rex brand coffee and has a limited but tasty breakfast and lunch menu with ample seating in an atmosphere of wood floors and sandblasted brick walls adorned with antique posters... More
For travelers passing through Terre Haute on I-70 and seeking "a great food experience" for lunch or an early afternoon snack, a visit to the Clabber Girl Bake Shop is recommended. "The Clabber Girl Experience" is about 10 minutes north of I-70 and takes visitors through historic Terre Haute. Here, at the original location of the famous Clabber Girl Baking... More
I adore the location of this cafe which is situated within a gorgeous historic building. The food is made with high quality ingredients and the experience as a whole is a must when in Terre Haute. They still roast their own Rex coffee and offer cooking classes as well. The little historic museum within the faculty is a nice touch... More
We stopped here at CG on our way to Holiday World. While the museum and atmosphere was unique, the food was average. The adult meals were much better than the children's. This place was more suited for an adult crowd. We all loved the cinnamon rolls!!
Stopped for Saturday lunch one a one tank sightseeing drive in the convertible and was very surprised. Great and nice outside dining on street. Loved those cookies. And then saw a parade with the ISU band which was really all the parade but was really fun. We will be back this summer. Nancey's antique mall was also worth the stop.
We enjoyed lunch here after visiting the museum. We thought the food was good--the chicken salad sandwich was particularly good. The coffee was above average and we split some baked goods that were also good. Would definitely go back here again.
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